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How to turn off a person's Facebook page if loved one dies and memorialise account

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Facebook switching off someone’s account is not the only option, it can also be memorialised.If you want to remove a loved one’s account, you’ll need to prove you're an immediate family member or executor of the account holder.Social networking bosses say the fastest way to do this is to scan and send their death certificate.

If you don’t have this, you can submit power of attorney, birth certificate, last will and testament or an estate letter as evidence.According to The Mirror, you will also need an obituary and a memorial card which can be requested to Facebook via this link.With so many photos stored on Facebook, you may not like the idea of deleting all of those precious memories.But memorialising an account can turn an account into a.

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